After September’s two Web Talks, only three more will mark the Wilmette Institute’s Twentieth Anniversary. Be sure to add them to your calendar. The remaining talks include: October 18:
Dr. Sovaida Maani Ewing, “Building a World Federation: The Key to Solving Our Global Crises” November 15:
Dr. Steve Friberg, “Science and Religion” December 6:
Dr. Michael Penn, “The Nature of the Human Mind: A Bahá’í Perspective” The Web Talks are given on Sundays, and all begin at 2 p.m. East Standard Time; 11 a.m. Pacific; 7 p.m. GMT U.K.; 8 p.m. Western Europe. Click here
for information on the Web Talks and the speakers. You will also find links to and PowerPoints for previous talks: “The Face of God Among Us” by Dr. John Hatcher; “The Bahá’í Proofs for God” by Ian Kluge; “Where Spirit Intersects Art” by Dr. Anne Perry; “God and Apple Pie: Religious Myths and Visions of America” by Dr. Christopher Buck; “The Re-Creation and Utilization of a Community’s Memories: Shoghi Effendi and Bahá’í History” by Dr. Moojan Momen; and “Windows on Divine Wisdom: Accessing the Meaning of Divine Revelation” by Dr. Sandra Hutchison; and “Healthy, Unified Marriages as Service to Humanity” by Susanne M Alexander.